DU 4th Cut-Off 2020 For Science: Maths Admission Open At Hindu, Miranda House
DU 4th Cut-Off: Delhi University has announced the fourth cut-off for UG admission to various programmes and colleges today, October 31, with most of the colleges closing the doors for this academic session.
The Delhi University (DU) has announced the fourth cut-off for UG admission to various programmes and colleges today, October 31, with most of the colleges closing the doors for this academic session. In the 4th cut-off list, Hansraj College has closed the admission for all the science programmes except Computer Science for which the score has been set at 95.33%.
While on the other hand, for unreserved category candidates, Lady Sri Ram College will be accepting admission only for Statistics programme at 97% with a drop of one percentage point as compared to the second cut-off list. The admission for Mathematics programme has been closed in the third list.
Hindu College 4th cut-off has dropped 0.5 percentage point for the (98.25%) for the Mathematics programme. Admissions to two BSc (Hons) courses— Physics, and Zoology have been closed, however, Chemistry programme has reopened with 98% cut-off score. In the case of Statistics, the cut-off dropped by 0.25 percentage points and closed at 98.50% in the 4th cut-off list.
At Miranda House, cut-off in Mathematics dropped from 97.25% (3rd cut-off score) to 96.50%. For the Physics programme, the cut-off remains unchanged from the 3rd cutoff list— 97.33%. The college is still accepting admission for Computer science and Life science courses at 94.67% and 96%, respectively.
Ramjas College has closed the admission for Mathematics programme under 4th cut-off list. Physics, Chemistry and Statistics cut-offs closed at 96%, 95% and 96.50%, respectively with a minimal drop as compared to the 3rd cut-off list for unreserved category candidates.
At Delhi University’s Kirori Mal College, admission are now closed for Maths and Physics programmes. The cut-off for Statistics closed at 96.50% while Chemistry programme would be accepting admission at 95%, as per the DU 4th cut-off list.
The DU 4th cut-off list will be available at the respective colleges’ website as well as at Delhi University’s official site- du.ac.in. Eligible candidates can apply for DU admission starting November 2. This year, the entire admission process is being held online due to COVID-19 pandemic.